Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri. Maaf Zahir & Batin

Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri. Maaf Zahir & Batin

Salam Ramadhan

Salam Ramadhan

Sunday, December 25, 2011

DAP’s Karpal Singh tells Ramasamy to quit as Penang dep CM II

GEORGE TOWN: DAP national chairman Karpal Singh has urged Penang Deputy Chief Minister II Dr P. Ramasamy to resign from his post for making serious allegations against party leaders.
“Dr Ramasamy's position in the state government is no longer tenable because he had defied the decision of the party's three-member committee not to refer the party's internal problems to the press,” he said in a press conference on Saturday.
Karpal Singh said Dr Ramasamy had publicly disclosed allegations about party leaders and members without any basis.
He was referring to the report in The Star on Friday quoting Dr Ramasamy as saying his critics were plotting against him because he did not respond to their overtures for projects and favours.
“This is a serious allegation. Till now, Dr Ramasamy has not denied making the statement,” he said.

tunku : the godfather of dap had spoken and gaves his verdict. ramasamy left with no choice but to resign or else the godfather and the mafia(the Lims) will make his life miserable.that is the style of dap. do not mess with the godfather and the mafias.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Rift In PAS Due To Deviation From Original Struggle

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 23 (Bernama) -- The rift between former Selangor PAS commissioner Datuk Dr Hasan Mohamed Ali and several senior PAS leaders appears to be worsening over several issues including Hasan's allegation that PAS has deviated from its original struggle to set up an Islamic country.
Many PAS members are actually unhappy with the party's policy to set up a welfare nation as its struggle all this while been to establish an Islamic country.
Hasan's voice should not be seen as only his alone as it represents a fair portion of the grassroot members.
"I have the facts and proof that PAS members who all this while been supporting PAS are beginning to question and mulling whether to continue to support PAS as it has deviated from its main struggle," said Dr Hasan, who is also the PAS assemblyman for Gombak and a Selangor state executive councillor.
PAS is now is seen as being too yielding to its coalition partners, the DAP and PKR, on the seizure of liquor in Shah Alam, the apostasy issue, entertainment prohibition in Kedah and the one million Muslims assembly held at the Shah Alam stadium recently.
Since the rift erupted two weeks ago, Hasan's stand has begun to gather momentum among PAS members.
On this, independent member of Parliament for Kulim-Bandar Baharu Datuk Zulkifli Noordin said that the people would reject PAS's Welfare Nation Policy as it was not consistent with its struggle.
He said PAS in 2003 presented its Islamic Nation Document to oppose the concept of Islam Hadhari introduced by former Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.
"Nevertheless, now the 2003 document was rejected by PAS itself and was replaced with its present policy while the Islamic Nation Document has been buried with the excuse that the Islamic country concept was not mentioned in the al-Quran," he said.
Zulkifli said the Welfare Nation Document was only to overcome the concept of Islam Wasathiyah which was the thrust of the 1Malaysia concept.
History expert Prof Datuk Dr Ramlah Adam said the current stand of PAS was different from the pact it made with DAP and PKR before the 2008 general election.
She said PAS had also made an election pact with DAP in the 1999 under Barisan Alternatif and the Angkatan Perpaduan Ummah in 1990 with Parti Semangat 46 but the party's policy had not changed.
"The statement by Dr Hasan that there were not many ulama left in the party only confirmed the general perception of the people.
"From the party (PAS') election in June, we can see the ulama are no longer in control of the party," she told Bernama.
She said DAP and PKR were stronger than PAS in deciding the direction of the opposition pact.
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) senior political science lecturer Abdul Ghapa Harun said it was a common thing to have members and leaders in a party holding differing views.
He said irrespective of whether it was Umno, PAS, DAP or PKR, there would always be differences in opinions.
"Despite the differing views in a party which practises democracy, it should be managed well by the top leadership so that it would not create problems to the party," he told Bernama.
He said in the context of Dr Hasan's issue, it was related to party orientation which was not in the hands of a particular leader and should be debated at its annual general assembly.

tunku : pas today is not the pas that we used to know.it has deviated far far away from what its struggles was.pas today is just a tool for dap and pkr and crazy for power. dap and pkr controlled pas inside out. pas supporters should tell its leaders to buck up or else leaves the party for good as it is gone to the evils.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Abdul Hamid Othman dies of stroke

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Othman (pic) died of a stroke Friday. He was 72.
The adviser of Maju Holdings Sdn Bhd died at about 4.45pm while at work in his office at Maju Junction here.
His personal aide, Nor Azhar Yusof, said Abdul Hamid, who had heart disease and diabetes, was his normal self when he came in to work, but later complained of breathing difficulties.
He said Abdul Hamid's body had been brought back to his house at Taman Tenaga, Batu 9, Jalan Puchong.
Abdul Hamid, who was also adviser of the Women and Family Welfare Centre (Kewaja), leaves behind wife, Puan Seri Jamilah Mohd Said, 68, son Wafi Nazrin and five grandchildren.
Abdul Hamid, born on July 21, 1939 at Kampung Kemelong, Mukim Sik, Kedah, was appointed a deputy minister in the Prime Minister's Department in 1990 and was Minister in the Prime Minister's Department from 1995 to 1999.
In 2001, he was appointed the religious adviser to the then Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, and then as religious adviser to Prime Minister Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi from 2005 to 2009.
Abdul Hamid was among the first batch of students to receive the Malaysian government scholarship to pursue Islamic law studies at the Al-Azhar University in 1961. BERNAMA

AL FATIHAH

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Take action against this gay.





The Islamic Religion Department should take action against this gay named Ariff Alfian Rosli once he step his foot in this country. This is very sickening. Only those without religion can do such disgusting act. No religion in this world concern this type of marriages. Pity the parents who had raised him up and sent him to Dublin for further studies(to be a doctor) but the boy end up giving up his studies and got married to a man.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Ex-IGP Musa may take legal action against bloggers for slander

PETALING JAYA: Former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan is thinking of taking legal action against bloggers for reports slandering him that he married an artiste in a hush-hush RM15mil wedding.
Musa, who retired last year, said he did not have that much money to splurge.
not go anywhere to marry anyone because I was with her’
“Every time the rumour-mongers make wild accusations, it will backfire on them when the allegations are proven baseless.
“The (then called) Anti-Corruption Agency investigated me over allegations of a RM2mil bribe from the underworld and I was cleared,” he said yesterday.
He added that his wife Puan Sri Juriah Ahmad was not shocked by the marriage rumours because she knew they were not true.
“She knows I did not go anywhere to marry anyone because I was with her. I have only one wife, four children and six grandchildren.
“And if I ever marry again, I will certainly not keep it a secret as a wedding is a sacred affair. It is not like committing adultery,” he added.
Syella: Photos of her cutting a cake with the groom are being circulated in the blogs.
Allegations about the “lavish wedding” between Musa and local artiste Syella Kamaruddin surfaced in the blogsphere recently with claims that the ceremony cost RM15mil, with bridal gifts that included a RM5mil bungalow and an RM800,000 Audi R8.
Syella, who did not want to reveal the identity of her husband, had reportedly said her husband did not look like Musa, adding that he was younger and sturdier.
Photographs of Syella cutting a multi-layered cake with the groom are being circulated in the blogs and were published by the Chinese media.
Musa said he taught at the Centre for Media Warfare at Universiti Teknologi Mara.
He said he had turned down several other offers, including a diplomatic posting and teaching at the Anti-Terrorism Academy in Langkawi.
“I am content with my current post as a lecturer,” he said.

tunku : tan sri musa, just sue them. teach them a lesson. they have been spreading it all over the country as it was a truth. do not give them chance as they will never learn and keep spreading lies.

PAS Should Include Hudud Law In It's Election Manifesto

MCA President Says PAS Should Include Hudud Law In Manifesto

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 4 (Bernama) -- PAS should include the Hudud law in its election manifesto and make it a common agenda for the opposition pact in the coming general election, spelling out all the details about the law, MCA President Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek said Sunday.
"I would suggest, as a matter of transparency, that PAS include the Hudud law and its implementation, in their general election manifesto.
"And since they always say that they will never do anything without consulting their partners, I would suggest that it be made a common agenda of the opposition," he said.
Speaking at a forum on "Hudud and Its Implications on Non-Muslims in Malaysia" organised by the Institute of Strategic Analysis and Policy Research, here, Chua said the Hudud law would affect all Malaysians although PAS had claimed that it would not affect the non-Muslim community.
The panellists at the half-day forum comprised legal practitioners and government officers dealing with Islamic affairs.
Among them were the International Movement For a Just World (JUST) President Prof Dr Chandra Muzaffar and Religious Adviser to Terengganu Menteri Besar Mohd Kamal Saidin.

tunku : it is a brilliant idea. pas should include hudud law in it's election manifesto if they are really sincere in implementing it, otherwise all these while they have been fooling the muslims.this is their golden opportunity, do not waste it.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Umno delegate tells Indians to quit DAP over "black metal" remark

KUALA LUMPUR: The Indians in the DAP should quit the party in protest of Pantai Remis assemblyman Nga Kor Ming's "metallic black" remark, a Malacca delegate told the Umno general assembly.
Datuk Hasnoor Husin said by making the remark, Nga had insulted all "dark-skinned people."
"This DAP leader is so rude. Is Nga implying that dark-skinned people cannot be a Mentri Besar?" he said.
Nga on Wednesday apologised for making the remark where he called Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir a “metallic black person”.
Stressing that he was dark-skinned too, Hasnoor said Indians should make a stand against the "chauvinistic DAP leader."
"DAP is a chauvinist party and they have the cheek to falsely accuse Umno as being chauvinist," he said.
Hasnoor also said that PAS was shackled by the DAP and the party had to compromise on their Islamic state agenda, hudud and other principles to please the DAP.

tunku : dap is father of all racist party. they have been racist since day one. they only fight for one race and tries to fools people like from pas and pkr that they fight for all. the people should ditch them.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Shahrizat to Zuraida: Why don't you get your president to resign

KUALA LUMPUR: Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil lambasted the opposition, singling out PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin for asking her to resign over the cow and condo issue.
She said Zuraida should ask PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail to resign over the controversies surrounding Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Slightly straying away from her prepared opening speech at the Wanita general assembly, Shahrizat said:
"Just because my husband is the chairman of the National Feedlot Corporation (NFC), she asked me to resign. I have nothing to do with it. I am not guilty, yet she wants me to go.
"Now I am issuing this challenge to her, Cik Puan, by the same principle, I am daring you to ask the PKR president (Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail) to resign.
"If you are truly brave, ask Wan Azizah to resign because her husband, PKR's adviser, had been found guilty of a crime that I do not even have the heart to say out loud," she said.
Shahrizat said the opposition must take her as weak just because she had kept quiet on the issue.
"This is just the beginning. I have not even started yet," she said

tunku : shahrizat is wasting her time by challenging zuraidah to ask wan azizah to resign to resign because her husband, PKR's adviser, had been found guilty of a crimes.that is because pkr and other opposition does not mind that their leader is a sodomizer, womanizer etc. they love him for what he is.